Cong's Hutong Courtyard Hotel
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... a London cab, with 2 bench seats facing each other behind a motor bike) to take us to the hotel I'd booked for 2 days later.Happily they had a room for us, unhappily we had to pay the rack rate, but at 2am after 40 hours travelling without sleep we had a roof over our heads. And a 10ft bed! (a 6ft 6 super king and a 3ft 6 single). We slept for 9 hours.Anyway we're here in Phnom Penh and recharging our very flat ...
... a fee for a guide who brings us on the wall and who has us stay on the wall by going to an abandoned part of the wall. The only way we can get on the wall is if he pays through bribes. All in all, it is worth doing, at least once because we the guide takes you, you practically have the wall to yourself and can just be in nature and not be surrounded by so many people. When we got to the wall and made our trek up to the wall, it seemed like I was in the movie Monty Python and ...
... hiking up. Not so fun. Never again would I ever go to Yunnan. That place was awful during my second week there. TBC brought us to places in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do. So glad that I won't ever go on another TBC sponsored trip in my life again.
Oh yeah. The reason we were hiking upward today was to go to a temple fair. When we got to the temple, there was a group performing. We walked around the temple.
So much ...
... of China’s most famous attractions… The Great Wall of China. Out of breath after a steep climb I finally reached the mountain ridge, which the Great Wall runs along. The climb was certainly worth it as the wall was incredible and the view magnificent, with lots of interesting wildlife including lizards and swallowtail butterflies. The construction of the wall ...
... her not to stay in the cold and crowd airport waiting for my plane to leave. Just go back to the warm and cozy home. The free phone got cut off every three minutes so I keep changing phones. Finally I feel relieved she was on the way home.
I hope the cruel and cold weather won't ail her, as she hopes that for me.
My last night in Beijing comes as cold as it usually is. Twenty hours later, I will see the sun rise in Africa.